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The Method

Traditional Ashtanga Yoga taught in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city taught by Yan Ong & Manuel Ferreira, both authorised teachers of the Sharath Yoga Center (SYC). Ashtanga Yoga is the yoga of 8 limbs & one of the few existing yoga traditions kept alive by a strict lineage of teachings passed down thru history. Students are required to submit application to study here via email . All applicants new to Mysore-style method are required to commit to 1 month of study.

The Teachers

All the teachers of Mysore Room have gained their knowledge thru Parampara. The principal teachers from decades of study in Mysore, India with Paramaguru Sharath Jois at the Ashtanga Institute and the assistant teachers from years of dedicated study with the principal teachers. Parampara is essential in the making of a authentic Yoga teacher, they have clarity and deep experiential knowledge of the practice as a result of practicing one method with one teacher for years, thereby gaining pure unadulterated transmission of an ancient art. Parampara is the succession of knowledge from teacher to student in ancient Indian culture, creating a lineage whereby knowledge is passed down in its pure form with no confusion. This long term student teacher relationship is the only way in which subtle, deep and advance understanding can be passed down and embodied.

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The Space

Mysore Room teaches Ashtanga Yoga as it is taught in the Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore, India and both teachers are direct disciples of the Jois family. All teachings within Mysore Room are dedicated to Paramguru Sharath Jois, SYC  in humble pursuit to preserve and carry forth teaching this lineage of yoga in its purest form. Mysore Room is an educational facility, please send an email to us at to apply to study here.

Mysore Room Etiquette

Ashtanga is an 8 limbed yoga system. The practice of the first 2 limbs can be found in maintaining etiquette. We kindly encourage you to read though and integrate it into your Ashtanga practice.


  • The Mysore Room space is only open during class hours.
  • Mysore Room is closed on the Full and New Moon Days (refer to our website for specific dates).
  • Make sure to sign up for updates in our Facebook Page to stay informed about any schedule changes, events & special notices.
  • Please make sure to keep track of renewing your own class pass.
  • Please sign in under your name upon entry and if necessary make payment, before placing your mat in the room.
  • Please make sure to finish your practice by the end of the allocated class time.
  • Teachers have the right to refuse entry or ask students to leave should they deem necessary, especially if they are rude, disrespectful or disruptive in any manner to the teachers, the teachings, the shala space, other students and/or assistants in training.
  • Please mention any physical issues such as injuries or pregnancy to the teacher BEFORE you put your mat in the room.
  • Do not eat a minimum of 3 hours before practice.
  • Try not drink during practice.
  • Ladies take a minimum of 3 days break from practice during the start of your menstruation cycle.
  • If you have a fever do not practice.
  • Phones & all personal belongings e.g.. watches, jewellery, car keys, etc with exception of a hand towel are strictly not allowed next to your mat or within the practice area.
  • ALWAYS shower before practice. Keep your mat/rugs, clothing and your body clean and scent free.
  • Do not wear perfume during practice.
  • Be mindful of others practising around you. Enter, manoeuvre and exit Mysore Room premises in silence. Roll out your mats and close doors quietly. Never go off the back of your mat in practice.
  • Mysore Room is a place of education in yoga, students are there to learn from the teachers. Listen to and follow the teachers instructions.
  • The ONLY reason to be in attendance is to be there to learn from the teachers.
  • Do not talk, distract or in anyway disrupt other practitioners in the class.
  • If you are visiting from another Ashtanga Yoga shala, or a Mysore Room intermediate/advanced student visiting a shala overseas, practice only primary on your first day.
  • Do not practice or experiment any postures that you have not been given by the Mysore Room teachers within the Mysore Room premises.
  • If new to Ashtanga Yoga the sequence is taught methodically over the 1st month. Attendance should be regular at this time, so that solid foundations are laid. Please understand that your practice may initially be short & repetitive, as this practice is about building solid practitioners with devotion, determination, dedication & discipline which requires patience.
  • Mysore Room is for the learning & practice of the traditional method of Ashtanga Yoga as taught by KPJAYI only.
  • Enjoy your practice!